Make: Smith & Wesson Model: 41 Caliber: .22 LR
The Smith and Wesson Model 41 is a semi-automatic pistol developed by Smith & Wesson after World War II as a competitive target pistol. It was designed with a 105 degree grip angle...(more)
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The Smith and Wesson Model 36 carbon stel fram 38 special nickel plated and a 5 shooter. The grips are the classic wood, it has a rear fixed sight, a smaller than normal hammer that helps prevent it from catching on your pants.
The gun weighs in at 19.5oz without any lead, has a 1.87" barrel, and an overall length of 6.94". This gun is an excelent coneal carry gun great for your pocket, and the nickel coating makes it really popular with the collectors.
Make: Remington Model: 870 Special Purpose Marine Magnum Caliber: 12 gauge
Nickel plating is used to cover the Model 870™ Special Purpose Marine Magnum™ Shotgun made by Remington. This plating prevents all corrosion on land and water. This gun really ...(more)
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